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RPSE News

Wed
Aug
07
UW-Madison’s Malachy Bishop was featured in an interview from the University of Kentucky’s Human Development Institute (HDI). Bishop is the Norman L. and Barbara M. Berven Professor of Rehabilitation Psychology with the School of Education’s Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education. Bishop is also the former HDI director of research and development, holding that role from 2014 until 2018, when he took his current position at UW-Madison. Today, he still collaborates with HDI on some projects.
Fri
Jun
28
The latest edition of Learning Connections, an alumni news magazine from the UW-Madison School of Education, is now available online. The ​Summer 2019 issue is filled with exciting news about School of Education faculty, staff, students, and alumni. The cover stories are focused on Connecting with Community, and the School's efforts to explore new possibilities, engage diverse voices, and improve lives.
Mon
Jun
24
This year, three graduate students with ties to the School of Education have received Global Health Institute awards and grants. Niu Yanzhuo and Rui Meng of the Department of Educational Psychology, and Ngonidzashe Mpofu of the Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education, all earned Gradate Student Research Awards.
Mon
Jun
17
The School of Education’s Grand Challenges initiative, which aims to ignite cross-disciplinary innovation, spent much of the 2018-19 academic year focusing on a new Seed Grants Competition. In late May, nine interdisciplinary teams were awarded $75,000 each to grow their ambitious ideas
Wed
Jun
12
Faculty members from UW-Madison are part of a new group of higher education leaders being brought together to examine ways to help school districts address the critical problem of recruiting and retaining special education teachers. These efforts are being led by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), which is bringing together experts from 10 colleges and universities.
Sat
May
11
UW-Madison's School of Education put a spotlight on its newest class of graduates by hosting two major events at the Gordon Dining and Event Center. On Friday evening, May 10, the School honored its Spring 2019 Ph.D. and master of fine arts degree recipients during a traditional hooding ceremony. And on Saturday morning, May 11, the School celebrated with its latest class of bachelor’s and master’s degree recipients during the annual Pre-Commencement Celebration. Congratulations and best of luck to all of our graduates! And remember: You may no longer be a student, but you’ll always be a Badger!
Tue
May
07
UW-Madison’s Dosun Ko and Joan Hong received the 2019 Korean-American Educational Research Association (KAERA) Graduate Student Research Paper Award. They are being recognized for their paper, “Social production of space and everday microagressions: A case study of (im)migrant youth in South Korea.”
Mon
Apr
15
LaVar Charleston was recently named the School of Education’s first associate dean for diversity and inclusion, a position he is starting on June 16. In this role, Charleston will serve on the dean’s leadership team and will lead the creation of a new School of Education Office of Diversity and Inclusion. Charleston, an alumnus of UW–Madison’s School of Education, has served since the summer of 2017 as UW–Whitewater’s assistant vice chancellor of student diversity, engagement, and success.
Tue
Apr
09
The American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA) recently announced its annual Research Awards, and teams associated with UW-Madison authored papers receiving first-, second-, and third-place recognition. This marks the fifth straight year in which researchers associated with UW–Madison have earned top honors in the ARCA Research Awards competition — with an RPSE alumnus being the lead author each time.
Mon
Apr
01
The American Educational Research Association (AERA) announced the winners of its 2019 awards for excellence in education research on March 29 and UW–Madison’s Aydin Bal is receiving the Scholars of Color Early Career Contribution Award. Bal’s current research projects aim at developing culturally responsive research methodologies and intervention models. In particular, he has developed the Culturally Responsive Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (CRPBIS) framework and Learning Lab methodology, an equity-oriented systemic transformation model that he is helping implement in schools internationally.
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